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Published by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation



Prairie South Grade 8 Students Off to the Races in Unique Designs

Challenge accepted! Over the past two weeks, a number of schools within the Prairie South School Division accepted a different kind of learning opportunity to further their understanding of boats in their science classes, tasked with the criteria to: Explore… +Read More

Northern Saskatchewan students introduced in the Legislative Assembly Tuesday

A group of students from northern Saskatchewan are visiting Regina this week to participate in the Provincial Capital Commission’s annual Charles Knight Youth Mentorship program. They were introduced in the Legislature by Bronwyn Eyre, the minister of Advanced Education as… +Read More

Regina high school teaching students about residential schools through art

For the past year students and teachers at Balfour Collegiate have been working on art pieces to represent the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 94 calls to action. It’s part of the Ribbon Project, a school wide initiative to… +Read More

Weyburn students grow through Junior Achievement program

Entrepreneurship students from the Weyburn Comprehensive School are back at it again. The Junior Achievement Program offers students an opportunity to build a business from the ground up as well as the tools to succeed in other aspects of life. Student… +Read More

Sask. parents still concerned, confused over Education Act amendments

While the dust has seemingly started to settle in the legislature after Bill 63, an amendment to the Education Act, some — particularly parents — across the province are still left concerned and confused. Michelle Grodecki, a Regina mother of… +Read More

Opinion: Saskatchewan parents and students unified by school choice

A unifying force is sweeping Saskatchewan and bringing together left and right; rural and urban; First Nations communities and Hutterite colonies; and, of course, Catholics and protestants. Saskatchewanians are united in the conviction that parents and students have the right… +Read More
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